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  1. Rosa Luxemburg (23905 bytes)
    2: ...vernment. Luxemburg and hundreds of others were captured, tortured, and killed.
    19: ...ut at least [[Karl Kautsky]]'s party leadership kept Marxism on the programme, even if his main aim wa...
    23: Between [[1904]] and [[1906]] her work was interrupted by three prison terms for political activities....
    25: ...opean workers' parties should unite in their attempts to stop the war.
    27: ...r leader of the SPD, the first president of the [[Weimar Republic]] [[Friedrich Ebert]].
  2. Germany (46412 bytes)
    66: ...d the [[Hanseatic League]]. In [[1530]], the attempt of the [[Protestant Reformation]] of Catholicism ...
    73: ... power, rejected crown and constitution. This prompted violent rollbacks by the monarchs, and the demi...
    75: ...lm I]] and the increasingly liberal parliament erupted over military reforms. The king appointed [[Ott...
    83: ===Weimar Republic (1919-1933)===
    85: ...arty]] (NSDAP). On [[August 11]], [[1919]], the [[Weimar Constitution]] came into effect.
  3. List of themed timelines (11300 bytes)
    66: ** [[Timeline of electromagnetism and classical optics]]
    130: * Egypt
    131: ** [[Conventional Egyptian chronology]]
    136: ** [[Weimar Timeline]]
    241: * [[Timeline of the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack]]
  4. World War I (62979 bytes)
    6: ...Arab-Perisian conflict of the 1980s, and the attempted land grab of the 1990s by Iraq. The Graeco-Tur...
    8: ... well as a tremendous tide of nationalism that swept the European continent at this time.
    11: ...or original source the [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?E=0&O=03300083 French Natio...
    19: ...for years. This left governments with ever fewer options and little room to maneuver, as the last week...
    26: ...atum to Serbia ([[July 23]], [[1914]]), to be accepted within 48 hours. The ultimatum was the first of...
  5. History of the United States (1918-1945) (54688 bytes)
    23: ...nt to the United States Constitution]] in an attempt to alleviate various social problems; this came t...
    27: ...of a substance was considered so far from the accepted powers of the U.S. Federal Government in 1919 t...
    34: ...ent himself might be shown to be involved in corruption, but Harding died in office on [[2 August]], [...
    44: ...s the [[United States]]. But despite the buoyant optimism in the United States and the apparent econom...
    52: ...ion and the business, the Federal Reserve Board kept the rediscount rate low, encouraging excessive in...
  6. Architect (6342 bytes)
    30: *[[Bauhaus]], [[Weimar, Germany|Weimar]], [[Dessau]], and [[Berlin]]
  7. Adolf Hitler (51456 bytes)
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    15: He led Germany from the depths of post-[[World War I]] defeat to become one of...
    27: ...This is further supported by Hitler's later description of himself as a misunderstood artist. After Hi...
    49: ==Weimar Republic==
    52: ...rian ''Reichswehr'' Group, Headquarters 4 under Captain Mayr. A key purpose of this group was to creat...
  8. Causes of the Great Depression (21364 bytes)
    3: ...mic effects of money supply, production and consumption, marxist and marxian theories which argue that...
    5: ...thus even theories which are no longer widely accepted are documented and studied, if for no other rea...
    10: ===Credit Disruption Theories===
    12: ...ression is that a series of financial shocks disrupted the ability of the banking system to allocate c...
    16: ...cally, setting off a chain of [[bankruptcy |bankruptcies]] and [[Default (finance)|default]]s that qui...
  9. Berlin Wall (23423 bytes)
    7: ...enberg]], , [[Pankow]], [[Prenzlauer Berg]], [[Treptow]], and [[Weiߥnsee]].
    9: ...nflict over a [[currency reform]] in [[1948]] prompted the [[Berlin Blockade]] by the Soviet Union and...
    19: ... front of it with orders to shoot anyone who attempted to defect.
    23: ...nt would inform the Soviet government that it accepted the Wall as "a fact of international life" and ...
    25: ...nclave like West Berlin could not be defended except with nuclear weapons. So it was vitally importan...
  10. History of Germany (53864 bytes)
    12: ...nelius Tacitus]], author of ''Germania'', a descriptive work about the Germanic people at the Roman fr...
    21: .... In 496 AD the Franks defeated the Alemanni, accepted the Catholic faith and so gained the support of...
    69: ...e Holy Roman Emperor until [[1806]] (with the exception of the years between [[1742]] and [[1745]]). H...
    93: ...re to increase their power and the Emperor's attempt to achieve the religious and political unity of t...
    116: ...pire. In 1803, under the ''"[[Reichsdeputationshauptschluss]]"'' (a resolution of a committee of the I...
  11. Democracy (24363 bytes)
    2: ...o a multitude of government systems as these concepts transcend and often occur concomitantly with oth...
    56: ...d States Bill of Rights|Bill of Rights]]. They kept what they believed were the best elements of demo...
    68: ... public debate. In such a society, the losers accept the judgment of the voters when the election is o...
    71: ...us forms of [[proportional representation]], attempt to ensure that all political groups (including mi...
    73: ...ries such as [[Germany]] and [[New Zealand]] attempt to have both regional representation, and proport...
  12. Weimaraner (5294 bytes)
    4: !Weimaraner
    6: |[[Image:Weimaraner_wb.jpg|250px|Weimaraner]]
    13: |Weimaraner Vorstehhund
    40: ...ards/fci-099.htm FCI], [http://www.akc.org/breeds/weimaraner/index.cfm AKC],
    41: [http://www.ankc.aust.com/weimaran.html ANKC], [http://www.the-kennel-club.org.uk/...
  13. Johann Sebastian Bach (31106 bytes)
    5: ...l time. His works, noted for their intellectual depth, technical command, and artistic beauty, have pr...
    13: ...when the house was asleep, he retrieved a manuscript (which may have been a collection of works by Joh...
    22: ...eady output of [[Fugue (music)|fugue]]s begins in Weimar. The best known example of his fugal writing is p...
    24:
    28: ...creasing political tensions in the ducal court of Weimar, Bach began once again to search out a more stabl...
  14. Germany in the Middle Ages (53864 bytes)
    12: ...nelius Tacitus]], author of ''Germania'', a descriptive work about the Germanic people at the Roman fr...
    21: .... In 496 AD the Franks defeated the Alemanni, accepted the Catholic faith and so gained the support of...
    69: ...e Holy Roman Emperor until [[1806]] (with the exception of the years between [[1742]] and [[1745]]). H...
    93: ...re to increase their power and the Emperor's attempt to achieve the religious and political unity of t...
    116: ...pire. In 1803, under the ''"[[Reichsdeputationshauptschluss]]"'' (a resolution of a committee of the I...
  15. Head of state (33577 bytes)
    14: ...tive approval for individuals prior to their assumption of cabinet office and empower the legislature ...
    28: ...al system or indeed a full presidential system. [[Weimar Germany]], for example, in its constitution provi...
    35: ... to parliament, with the government, in turn, accepting constitutional responsibility for offering con...
    76: ...[[Italy]] and the [[United Kingdom]]. The few exceptions include the [[Republic of Ireland]], where ex...
    81: ...ctorian era constitutional monarchy):''' Under Chapter II, Section 61 of the [[Commonwealth of Austral...

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